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    Joruri-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple in Kyoto, that was established in 1047 and is famous for its Jodo-shiki (pure land style) Japanese garden. This garden, which features a pond in front of the main building, is designated as a Special Place of Scenic Beauty. The Main Hall, Three-story Pagoda, nine wooden Amitabha Tathagata statues and four heavenly kings are designated as National Treasures and many more statues and wall paintings are designated as Important Cultural Properties.

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